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Lviv residents are invited to a lecture on the Chernobyl disaster and art

On Friday, April 26, at 6:00 p.m., the lecture “Post-Chernobyl and Art” will be held in the Hotkevich Palace. Memory and vitality” from culture experts Olga Lishchynska and Kateryna Nikolayeva.

The event was organized on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Those interested are invited to register.

The Chernobyl accident, which occurred on April 26, 1986, was firmly etched in the national memory of Ukrainians. The event became a symbol of tragedy, the destruction of ordinary life and a trusting attitude towards the world and nature. At the same time, it accelerated the restoration of Ukraine’s independence and ushered in a new era – postmodernism.

Documenting and commemorating an event, creating a new artistic reality, the idea of warning, the motive of revitalization and revival – all this sounds in various artistic forms.

“At the lecture, we will consider literature, visual art, theater, cinematography, music, as well as memes, posters, video games and other “post-Chernobyl” art that has been created for thirty-eight years and does not lose its relevance,” the organizers say.


Olha Lishchynska – cultural scientist, Candidate of Philosophical Sciences;
Kateryna Nikolayeva is a culturologist, researcher of nuclear culture.
Entry is free with prior registration: https://forms.gle/Jbi8mcnZ5j281eYh8

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